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Feb
11
reviewed Approve Reset root shell back to /bin/bash in suse 11
Feb
6
answered How can I recover httpd.conf file?
Feb
5
answered nfs mount passwordless login
Feb
5
comment nfs mount passwordless login
From whereever you are attempting to log in to sandbox2 from.
Feb
5
comment nfs mount passwordless login
Does passwordless login work on sandbox1 ?
Feb
5
comment nfs mount passwordless login
Are you using automount to mount your home directory?
Feb
4
comment Port not accessible on Linux server
Ok, something is wrong with your network. The web page is avialable, the port is open. This is demonstrated by the successful telnet on the server.
Feb
4
comment Port not accessible on Linux server
When you pull up the page in your browser, what is the error you get? If you simply get a blank page, what shows up in the window when you "View Source"?
Feb
4
comment Port not accessible on Linux server
Stop changing the port. Pick one port and use it.
Feb
4
comment Port not accessible on Linux server
Now you've gone and changed the port you're talking about. Are you trying to get to port 8080 or 8283 from the web browser?
Feb
4
comment Port not accessible on Linux server
Can you see port 8080 listening to 0.0.0.0 in your netstat output? If so, please add the output of iptables -L -n to your question.
Feb
4
answered Port not accessible on Linux server
Feb
3
comment Need to restart iptables after server shutdown
I'm betting the KVM startup scripts rewrite the iptables rules, then. What do the rules look like before you restart iptables after a server restart?
Feb
3
comment Need to restart iptables after server shutdown
What does chkconfig --list iptables say?
Feb
2
comment CentOS Apache permission denied
Shot in the dark here, but what are the permissions on /var, /var/www, and /var/www/html?
Feb
2
answered Cannot find solution to “One or more of your nameservers did not return any of your NS records.” on intoDNS site
Feb
2
revised Cannot find solution to “One or more of your nameservers did not return any of your NS records.” on intoDNS site
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Jan
30
comment Virtual machines on a SAN and a failover cluster between two physical servers
This should all be covered in the Hyper-V documentation...
Jan
30
answered Creating a log file inside a script works when manually run, but not when run through cron
Jan
30
comment How to best use Amazon's “ephemeral” SSD devices under Linux?
This is very much opinion-based and will change depending on your specific use case.